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Cassie is still devastated by her famous mountain-climbing husband’s death three years ago, but sexy bad-boy actor Robbin relentlessly campaigns to make her his next sexual conquest, especially after she stretches the truth to obtain a job as his father’s cook on their dude ranch. In her eagerness to make herself helpful around the ranch, Cassie impulsively starts several conservation projects that are not well received by the traditionally minded cattle ranchers, while Robbin struggles to regain his focus and write a screenplay after falling afoul of the darker side of fame: alcoholism, drugs, and mental instability. Welling’s heartwarming exploration of the clash between nature and civilization, cowboys and conservationists, is set among the majestic Wyoming Grand Tetons around Jackson Hole and draws deeply on the past to enlighten present difficulties and choices. --Lynne Welch
"You'll love Cassie Danner, a cowgirl with an environmental bent, as she struggles to overcome an old love and embrace a new one. Cowboys Never Cry is as satisfying as the smell of sage in summer rain."
-Sandra Dallas, New York Times bestselling author of Prayers for Sale and Whiter Than Snow
"Tina Welling's newest novel, Cowboys Never Cry, is a lively romantic romp that blends the landscape of the heart and the fragile West where real cowboys and cowgirls really do ride off into the sunset."
-Kris Radish, author of Hearts on a String
"Tina Welling has done it again. Cowboys Never Cry is a big-hearted romp set against the gorgeous landscapes of the American West. Cassie Danner is a tough, generous, grieving protagonist. She also has a sense of humor as grand as the Tetons. This novel is a heady gallop through the tangled thickets of love."
-Alyson Hagy, author of Ghosts of Wyoming
"Tina Welling is a wonderfully fresh voice in women's fiction. Cowboys Never Cry will keep you up all night reading--and rooting for wounded characters who heal each other through the power of love."
-New York Times bestselling author Joan Johnston
"Tina Welling has a sharp eye for the west and an ear to match it. Pick up the book and join her charming characters for a romance-filled ride through Wyoming's spectacular backcountry."
-Jana Richman, author of The Last Cowgirl
"Cassie's struggle to overcome the loss of her husband through hard work in a fiercely beautiful and sometimes dangerous landscape makes her a particularly powerful heroine. Her independence is itself an act of defiance against grief. While examining the intricacies of emotional wounds, Tina Welling also miraculously manages to capture the awesome beauty of Wyoming. If you care about the monumental strength of the tender-hearted, you'll love this story."
-Kathleen O'Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear, New York Times bestselling authors of People of the Thunder
"A charming, western romance sure to please readers."
-Jo-Ann Mapson, author of The Owl & Moon CafT and Solomon's Oak
"Welling delivers a winning combination--the cowboy who isn't easy to love and the modern woman who sees through all his pretenses. A novel about a contemporary courtship that is as fresh as today's headlines and as classic as the old West."
-USA Today bestselling author Kathleen Eagle
I enjoy Tina Welling's writing. She takes you on a personal journey of the main character while including a journey of the Wyoming landscape.Published 6 months ago by Linda Miller
this book was the first i read and it was great love her books this story was sad but had a happy endingPublished on July 22, 2013 by Barbara Forman
Tina Welling is consistantly fun to read. She couches some tough emotions in great dialogue. Reminds me alot of
Susan Elizabeth Phillips and I love to read her snappy... Read more
I was reading the review by cenicvu and wondered if we read the same book. I went back and flipped through the book and don't see the "F" word or any other objectionable language... Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by LAD